A mash of the prelinger archives and a few other sources, brought together with a totally incoherent voiceover and the fine music of Earl Oliver. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: cigarettes, public domain, WiD, humor, sound byte, public domain
An Album-a-Day, where I forced myself to record vocals on every song. Some of them came out pretty good. In particular, do not leave this page without hearing "Your Way". The last track, a remix of "Grandiose" from my album Descent, is thrown in as a bonus. Despite the name, it's an okay thing to listen to in the background while you work. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: album-a-day, electronic, experimental, breakbeat, dark breaks, heavy, beat-oriented, bohlen-pierce,...
Another album of train wrecks to a beat, along the lines of my past An Endless Series of Hobgoblins, All of Them Imaginary and Smashing Potatoes, but even crazier. A fun album, filled with variety, sometimes subtle, sometimes in-your-face. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: album-a-day, electronic, experimental, instrumental hip-hop, heavy, beat-oriented, scary, 12-tone,...
Interesting anti-drug film criticizing drug use as an inhibitor of necessary social change. Director: Alan Kishbaugh. Camera: Charles Sutton. Narrator: Chuck Bowman. ( 6 reviews ) Topic: Substance abuse: Drugs
This quirky film educates young drivers to try to share the road with bicyclists. We follow the growth of Lisa from a pig-tailed bicyclist to a teen driver who now must tolerate unpredictable bike-riders. GM likes bikes too! It's narrated by Jim Stringer - who did much of the music for Centron Films in the late 1970s and 1980s. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: driver education, traffic safety
Our animated hero questions his sanity after blowing his top and driving his car into a police station. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: animation, mental hygiene
Proto-claymation goes awry with talking teeth and a demonic tooth decay character. A food group hoe-down highlights the importance of good nutrition to help maintain healthy teeth. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. ( 11 reviews ) Topics: dental hygiene, dancing clay, animation
Three short dramatic, open-ended situations designed to provoke discussion in alcohol education programs. Includes "The Party," in which a new boy wants to make friends and offers his house for a party while his parents are away; "The Mother," in which an intoxicated mother picks up her daughter and a friend at a shopping mall and then embarrasses the daughter in front of a boy; and "The Ride," in which younger students are offered drinks by older friends and then... ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Substance abuse: Alcohol, Teenagers: 1970s, Substance abuse: Drugs
Promotional film for Westinghouse refrigerator line featuring a system of sticker-like decorations enabling purchasers to style their appliances as they choose. Vague hippie-type flower-power graphics; scenes of mod-dressed middle-class conventional people ( 17 reviews ) Topic: need keyword
A team of astronauts crashes on the surface of Venus. Accompanied by their robot, they explore the surface and end up destroying the Venusian God. This film is also known as "The Gill Women" and "The Gill Women of Venus". This film began life as a Soviet-produced work. An American producer then added some new footage and changed the credits to hide the film's Soviet origin. The original film, "Planeta Bur", is also known as "Cosmonauts on Venus",... ( 18 reviews ) Topics: 1960s, Soviet, space, pdmovies